Conferencing (Web/Audio)


On-Premise Conferencing

Web conferencing is available with three models: hosting service, software and appliance. An appliance, unlike the online hosted solution, is offered as hardware. It is also known as “in-house” or “on-premises” web conferencing. It is used to conduct live meetings, remote training, or presentations via the Internet.

Web conferencing is a form of real-time communications in which multiple computer users, all connected to the Internet, see the same screen always in their Web browsers. Web conferencing systems include features such as texting, VoIP and full-motion video.

Videoconferencing is the conduct of a videoconference by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions.

Immersive TelePresence lets organizations conduct meetings with colleagues worldwide as if everyone was in the same location. With true-to-life quality and exacting details to enhance in-person collaboration.TelePresence allowsyou to create high-quality, simple, and reliable immersive experiences.


Hosted Conferencing

The intersection of a wide variety of collaboration technologies and next-generation data centers together with the ubiquity of network connectivity has more customers looking to trusted partners to provide cost-effective and standardized unified communications deployments from the cloud.

The Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS) is the end-to-end system that allows partners to meet this demand, helping create subscription-based, “as-a-service” offers of Cisco Collaboration technologies. Cisco HCS includes the full range of Cisco Collaboration functions along with the tools to deliver those functions to the end customer in an automated, standardized, and efficient manner.


Hybrid conferencing

Cloud deployment models continue to penetrate every category of technology. The longer product life cycle of communications systems coupled with the requirement for high reliability has caused the move of UC to the cloud to lag other capabilities like CRM and ERP.

Cisco offers both on-premises and cloud-based collaboration solutions. Hybrid services combine cloud-based software as a service with premise-based software and with Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS) services, and use each for what they do best. This combination delivers unique and innovative experiences for partners and service providers to help users be more productive and allow businesses to use the cloud and the premises in ways that make sense for the business.
Hybrid Services allow customers and service provider partners to connect on-premises or HCS capabilities with Cisco Spark capabilities in the Collaboration Cloud.



  • Cisco Collaboration Meeting Room (CMR)
  • Webex
  • Spark Board

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